Los Angeles Teams

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Kerr said JaVale McGee will start again Saturday against the Oklahoma City Thunder. He says he's just experimenting.

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Williams ends 3rd quarter with 3rd buzzer-beater of night (0:21)
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Gallinari hits half-court heave at buzzer (0:23)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Utah continues to pick up bubble momentum, winning its fifth in a row by beating UCLA. Utes finish the season with two home games against USC and Colorado. Meanwhile, UCLA has to bounce back on the road against Colorado and USC. Bubble continues to fluctuate in the PAC-12.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State expected to start JaVale McGee at center tonight against LA Clippers, league sources tell ESPN.

Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics 

Major NCAA tournament implications out west tonight. BPI gives Utah a 63% chance to beat UCLA tonight at 9:00 ET on ESPN.

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How is Jeanie Buss feeling about the Lakers' last season vs. this season?

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams announced that they have signed OT Michael Dunn, who spent part of last year's offseason program and preseason with them. Dunn previously started 48 games at Maryland, primarily at LT. He joins Darrell Williams and Cornelius Lucas as depth at tackle, behind Andrew Whitworth and Rob Havenstein.

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Jeanie Buss reveals when Kobe Bryant could get his statue outside of STAPLES Center.

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Clarkson pokes fun at Kuzma's fur coat (0:22)
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Jeanie Buss shares her favorite moments from NBA All-Star Weekend with Steve Mason & O'Shea Jackson Jr.

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BBTN: Whitley Suspension, Yankee Targets, 6-Man Rotations

Buster Olney talks to Keith Law about the implications of the Forrest Whitley suspension, if the Yankees will target Alex Cobb, the Angels' potential six man rotation and more (7:24). Plus, Karl Ravech's chat with Aaron Judge & Giancarlo Stanton (30:12), Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (32:49) and interesting comments from Rob Manfred (37:13).

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Getzlaf chips Bishop, then scores shorthanded goal (0:48)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State Warriors rookie Jordan Bell (ankle sprain) practiced for the first time in a month. He is not expected to play tomorrow against the Los Angeles Clippers.